Tower. A Bright Day

Tower. A Bright Day

Mula lives with her husband, a sick mother and her daughter Nina in a country house. Just before the first communion of Nina, her brother with his family and Kaja, her younger sister who suddenly disappeared six years ago, visit them. Kaja is the biological mother of Nina. Mula is afraid that the unstable Kaja wants to take the child from her. The rest of the family, initially distancing themselves from Kaja, begin to believe in a new beginning and agreement of the sisters, which additionally frustrates Mula. The woman decides to throw her sister away from the house. Despite this, on the day of the communion of Nina, reconciliation takes place. However, there is another, more important reason for Kaja’s coming back…

The film is a full length debut of the director.

written by Jagoda Szelc
director of photography Przemysław Brynkiewicz
production design Natalia Giza
costume design Paulina Sieniarska
make-up Zuza Stefańska 

music Teoniki Rożynek
sound Kacper Habisiak, Marcin Kasiński
sound mixer Rafał Nowak, Antoni Galoch
edited by Anna Garncarczyk, Jagoda Szelc
cast Małgorzata Szczerbowska, Anna Krotoska, Dorota Łukasiewicz-Kwietniewska, Rafał Kwietniewski, Rafał Cieluch, Anna Zubrzycki, Laila Hennessy, Ida Kwietniewska, Igor Kwietniewski, Artur Krajewski
production Studio Filmowe „Indeks”
producer Marcin Malatyński
co-produced by Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Filmowa Telewizyjna i Teatralna (Łódź), Centrala, EBH Polska, Dreamsound, Heliograf, Odra Film
executive producer Dariusz Dużyński
production managers Agnieszka Janowska, Paweł Kosuń
co-financed by Polish Film Institute

Legenda
Konkurs Główny
Konkurs Inne Spojrzenie
Konkurs Filmów Krótkometrażowych
Sekcje pozakonkursowe